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This comes after the pronouncement of Uganda’s opponent for the Nations’ Cup qualifiers in the drawing exercise held in Cairo, Egypt.
Uganda will play Madagascar between May 16, and 18, before the return leg which will be played in Kampala on May 30.
Cranes head coach, Micho, has a big task ahead.
Micho has hope Uganda will qualify for the next round against the winner between Mauritania and Equatorial Guinea before, proceeding to group stages.
Meanwhile, Micho will name the Cranes squad today, Wednesday so that the team can start training before travelling to Madagascar in two weeks’ time.
“Since leagues for some countries in Africa and also in Europe are still going on, I am worried that I may not get all players in time,” he lamented.